Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship Volunteer Intake Form
At the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, we discover, equip, connect and celebrate entrepreneurs. A key part of this mission is keeping our vast community of alumni and regional entrepreneurs engaged in our programs and initiatives. This involvement by our larger community is key to the success of the Dingman Center, and we truly appreciate the willingness of our community who offer their time to participate in these various programs, helping to fulfill the mission of the Dingman Center.
Before you fill out this form, please carefully review our Community Engagement Roles here,
. After you have read these roles carefully to explore the engagement opportunities, please complete this Volunteer Intake Form to provide some background information, as well as select opportunities where you would potentially like to participate and become involved.
This form will take 5-10 minutes to complete. The more information you can provide, the better we can match you with the most relevant opportunities.
Please fill in your basic contact information here:
Please add your current occupation information here (followed by any relevant previous occupation information):
List any relevant past occupations/affiliations/startups/postions here:
Please add your undergrad and graduate level of education here, if applicable, followed by other relevant education:
E.g. BS Marketing, BA Pyschology, etc.
Undergraduate Graduation Year
E.g. MBA, MS Finance, etc.
Graduate Graduation Year
List any relevant additional education or certifications here:
In what capacity are you hoping to serve students through the Dingman Center?
As a reminder, please view the Volunteer Role Descriptions HERE to determine your areas of interest in getting involved at the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship.
Dingman Fridays Advising
Fearless Founders Mentorship
How much time availability do you have to participate in Dingman Center programs?
Most of our volunteer opportunities require about a half-day commitment of 3-4 hours. So "Day" below refers to a half-day, generally speaking, although each opportunity to participate varies.
One day per semester.
Two Days per semester.
One day per month (4 times per semester)
Two days per month (8 times per semester)
Three days per month (12 times per semester)
One day per week (16 times per semester)
Describe why you are personally interested in getting involved with Dingman Center programs and initiatives.
E.g. Student interaction, professional networking, philanthropy, business leads, next gig, other?
What skill or topic are you most interested in teaching or working with students on?
What are your top area(s) of expertise?
Select your most proficient area(s) of expertise (select up to 3):
Accounting & Auditing
Advertising & Marketing
Biotech & Medical
Computers and/or Business Machines
Consumer Durables & Apparel
E-Commerce & Internet
Energy - Oil & Gas
Executive Search or Outplacement
Food & Drug Retailing
Food, Beverage & Tobacco Manufacturing
Health Care Equipment & Services
Household & Personal Products
Law & Legal Services
Media & Entertainment
Non Profit & Government
Pharmaceuticals & Bio-tech
Printing & Publishing
Software & Services
Start-ups & Entrepreneurship
Technology Hardware & Equipment
Are you interested in learning more about joining our group of accredited investors, the Dingman Center Angels?
(This is not a volunteer position, but many members of our community find this to be another great opportunity for networking with Angel investors and supporting regional startups).
Yes, I am an accredited investor and would like to learn more.
No, I am not interested.
Did anyone refer you to get involved at the Dingman Center? Please list them here:
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